welcome back

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welcome someone or something back

to greet the return of someone or something. We are delighted to welcome you back to our house. The students welcomed back the teacher who had been ill.
See also: back, welcome
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Andy Firth (@firth09) added: "You will be very welcome back, with the hashtag 'alwaysaTerrier'.
Leaders Seaham Park welcome back Michael Walker and Thomas Ferguson for their game at local rivals Dawdon, while Horden welcome Philadelphia with both teams keen for points to move away from the relegation zone.
The Diamonds welcome back David Cox from suspension but Scott Smith and Jim Lister remain out.
They may be able to welcome back striker Mark Worrall for the game at Wallington after he missed out last weekend through injury.
Welcome Back works in fits only because of Uday Shetty and Majnu Bhai, "crime world ke Laurel and Hardy", as the film describes them at one point.
The red-carpet premiere for the $16 million movie, hosted by Dubai Tourism, brings the actors and the film's producer, Firoz Nadiadwala, and director, Anees Bazmee, back to the city where a substantial part of Welcome Back was filmed last year.
Mana Al Suwaidi, Regional Director -- Middle East & Sub-Continent, Dubai Tourism commented:"Dubai is a vibrant hub of entertainment and is featured in the film, which is why Dubai Tourism is hosting the global premiere of Welcome Back.
Next night Show welcome back Julio Bashmore to the Sub Club with Illyus and Theo Kottis.
But not many know that not only "BV" and "P.K" but John Abraham starrer comedy caper "Welcome Back" ("WB") had also set a Christmas release originally.
Welcome back Buster, look forward to seeing you play when I'm next in Cardiff!!
THE LAST LEG (Channel 4, Friday, 10pm) IT IS with open arms that we welcome back this "alternative" review of the week's events courtesy of comic Adam Hills.
Walsall welcome back Adam Chambers from suspension.
Bollywood action star John Abraham will be shooting scenes for his new film 'Welcome Back' in Dubai, according to Indian media.
John Sebastian seems to be taking a mellower tack since his days fronting The Lovin' Spoonful, the band that gave birth to such catchy and iconic songs as "Summer in the City'' and "Do You Believe in Magic.'' Solo, he's probably best known for "Welcome Back'' (the theme song to the TV show "Welcome Back, Kotter''), but his songbook is rich and soulful, with songs such as "She's A Lady,'' "Give Us A Break'' and "RedCoEye Express'' having a deep, bluesy sort of feel.
So welcome back you beautiful birds, We missed you sorely are our sincere words, So glad you are back and would like you to stay, To give us much pleasure for many a day.